Documents for June 2010

Faulkner County Historical Society letter regarding sidewalks

Faulkner County Historical Society letter regarding sidewalks

Faulkner County Historical Society letter regarding sidewalks

Jun 30, 2010

Obesity report 2010

Obesity report 2010

"F as in Fat, How Obesity Threatens America's Future

Jun 29, 2010

Gary Smith statement

Gary Smith statement

Gary Smith statement on AT&T -War Memorial Stadium deal

Jun 24, 2010

Charles Hopson's letter

Charles Hopson's letter

A letter from Charles L. Hopson, Ph.D., to the Jacksonville High School Learning Community

Jun 22, 2010

MEMS protocols on hypothermia, PEA

MEMS protocols on hypothermia, PEA

MEMS Protocol for pulseless electrical activity and hypothermia

Jun 22, 2010

MEMS protocols on life support

MEMS protocols on life support

MEMS protocols on withholding/withdrawal of life support (The first page is the old policy, while the second page is the new policy being put into effect now)

Jun 22, 2010

MEMS operations policy

MEMS operations policy

MEMS operations policy and procedures

Jun 22, 2010

LRPD collision report in fatal wreck

LRPD collision report in fatal wreck

Little Rock Police Department collision report filed in an accident that killed a bicyclist.

Jun 21, 2010

Julius Jones

Julius Jones

Julius Jones documents

Jun 20, 2010

Response to LRSD motion to enforce settlement

Response to LRSD motion to enforce settlement

Response to the Little Rock School District's motion to enforce the 1989 desegregation settlement

Jun 19, 2010

Addendum to response to LRSD's motion to enforce settlement

Addendum to response to LRSD's motion to enforce settlement

Addendum to response to LRSD's motion to enforce settlement

Jun 19, 2010

CAT's New Executive Director

CAT's New Executive Director

Community Access Television has named Anne Shelley of Fayetteville as its new executive director. Shelley will begin at the CAT full-time in mid July.

Jun 18, 2010

HUD homelessness study

HUD homelessness study

HUD homelessness assessment

Jun 18, 2010

Benchmark results

Benchmark results

These are the Benchmark Exam results for grades 3-8.

Jun 16, 2010

Pamela Harper officer report

Pamela Harper officer report

Pamela Harper officer report

Jun 15, 2010

Harper coroner report

Harper coroner report

Harper coroner report

Jun 15, 2010

Benchmark 5-year comparison

Benchmark 5-year comparison

Benchmark 5-year comparison

Jun 15, 2010

Harper medical examiner report

Harper medical examiner report

Harper medical examiner report

Jun 15, 2010

Report on Arkansas traffic

Report on Arkansas traffic

Report by The Road Information Program, Future Mobility in Arkansas

Jun 9, 2010

Lawsuit over polling sites

Lawsuit over polling sites

A Hot Springs attorney representing three Garland County voters has filed a lawsuit against the county’s election commission, claiming it violated the law when it opened only two polling places for Tuesday’s runoff election.

Jun 8, 2010

Mississippi River and Tributaries

Mississippi River and Tributaries

The Bayou Meto Basin irrigation project was awarded $37 million in federal stimulus money that, when coupled with $20.2 million in state funds, will allow work to begin on pump stations that will move water from the Arkansas River to farms in a 1,350-square-mile area.

Jun 7, 2010

Kagan papers: Domestic Policy Council, boxes 1-10

Kagan papers: Domestic Policy Council, boxes 1-10

The following records are from Elena Kagan's time on the Domestic Policy Council during the Clinton administration.

Jun 5, 2010

Jail inmate population

Jail inmate population

The nation’s local jail population is declining for the first time since the federal government began keeping count. The number of inmates in county and city jails was about 767,600 at the end of last June, down by nearly 18,000 inmates from a year earlier. Growth in the U.S. jail population has been slowing since 2005. The latest total was down 2.3 percent and represented the first decline since the Bureau of Justice Statistics began its annual survey of jails in 1982.

Jun 3, 2010

Teen sex report

Teen sex report

A growing number of teen girls say they use the rhythm method for birth control, and more teens also think it’s OK for an unmarried female to have a baby, according to a government survey released Wednesday. The report may help explain why the teen pregnancy rate is no longer dropping like it was.

Jun 2, 2010

Lottery letter

Lottery letter

Spurred by an anonymous letter purported to be from several lottery employees, the Arkansas Lottery Commission decided Wednesday to ask the state to review the lottery’s personnel policies and salary structure.

Jun 2, 2010

Letter on UCA scholarships

Letter on UCA scholarships

The U.S. Department of Education is standing by its decision advising the University of Central Arkansas not to release the names of students who got no-criteria presidential discretionary scholarships.

Jun 2, 2010

Race to the Top Application 2

Race to the Top Application 2

Arkansas has once again applied for a portion of $3.4 billion from the federal Race to the Top grant aimed at improving student performance across the country. The state hopes to use the $175 million it’s asking for to turn around low-performing schools and improve the quality and support of teachers and school leaders.

Jun 1, 2010